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The Bradford City fire, which claimed the lives of 56 football fans in 1985, was the ninth blaze at businesses owned by or associated with the club’s then chairman, Stafford Heginbotham, according to extraordinary revelations made in a new book written by a survivor of the tragedy.


 

It can be found on a street in Kensington called South End, but the candy-cane- striped property might be more at home in Southend on Sea. The £15m townhouse in one of London’s most exclusive areas was transformed this week from a plain white building into a home that only the most dedicated Sunderland FC fan would appreciate.